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Hermes "Acte III, Scene I, La Clairiere" Silk Twill Scarf 90cm

This scarf is in silk twill and in a blue jean colorway.

 

It was designed by Edouard Baribeaud.  Baribeaud titled the scarf from an actual scene in Shakespeare's comedy "A Midsummer Night's Dream".  In this comedy of errors, young lovers, a theatrical troupe, fairies and elves cross paths in a magical forest and commingle in endless plot twists. In this particular scene, Titania, queen of the fairies, her eyelids impregnated with a love potion, falls madly in love with Bottom, an actor metamorphosed into an ass. 

Fabric: Silk twill

 

Origin: France

 

Condition: Pristine; new or never worn

 

Accompanied by: Box, caretag, retail UPC and ribbon

 

Measurements: 36" x 36" (90 x 90cm)

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Hermes "Acte III, Scene I, La Clairiere" Silk Twill Scarf 90cm
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